Live in the library 25: Dresden Dolls – Two Headed Boy

Some music again, eventually. The Dresden Dolls played live in the Auckland library. It was a ninja gig on January, 27th. They perform “Two Headed Boy“.

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[via Edlef, via Corin the Librarian]

Live in the library 22: Chuck van Zyl – unknown song

One could receive the impression that live music in a library is always on the folky side of life. Maybe often, but not always! Here is ambient worker Chuck van Zyl with an unknown track at the the Free Library of Philadelphia.

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Live in the library 20: Lele Lele – Yove Malai Mome

Bulgarian folk music? Maybe. Anyway, Lele Lele played at the Bokfestivalen 2011 in November 2011 at the Vallentuna bibliotek in Sweden. Here they perform “Yove Malai Mome”:

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Live in the library 19: Murzik – unknown song

Murzik call themselves a “Dark Folk / neofolk band formed in Minneapolis, Minneapolis in 2003”. Nine years later they played at the James J. Hill Reference Library. Does anyone know the name of the song? “Book It: The Party” is only the name of the event.

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Live in the library 18: Anais Mitchell – Tailor

Time to revive the “live in the library” series! Let’s start with folk singer Anais Mitchell. She did a gig at the Westminster reference Library on February, 15th. There are several recordings of this concert at Youtube. Here’s a song called “Tailor”:

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